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Over the Edge Radio
by Dr. Oslow Norway, Dr. Zigmund Void, Dr. F.H. Jekyl/Nurse Hyde
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A show about psychology and space that shows signs of a split personality. The Director of Psychiatric Broadcasting for the Universal Media Netweb, Dr. Oslow Norway, hosts "Doctor Talk", a call-in advice program with Dr. Zigmund Void and Dr. F. H. Jekyl (previously Nurse Hyde). Attempts to take calls from the audience for the two doctors (one obsessed with drug use, the other with sex) starts off slowly but heats up into all range of problems: bird pollution, contact lenses growing...
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Over the Edge Radio
by Over the Edge
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Nothing happens until someone buys something! This show is a presentation of advertising, hailing from the points of views of consumer, manufacturer, and sales. "Another edition of hidden perspectives on the world around us." Classic Negativland sequences, such as Announcement from Escape from Noise and the concert favorite Free TV or Pay TV are peppered throughout. Commercials frequently appear, begging you to try Anacin, Wendy's, Cremo Cigars, Estes Candy, Pepsi, Dodge,...
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Topic: Series: Advertising_Secrets
Over the Edge Radio
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Shadows and fear, dames and darkness, and a long drive to redemption that falls from grace twice as fast. It's Film Noir at Over the Edge, an honest classic. This "night school" teaches you about the origins of Noir in film while taking us along on a ride that starts with a femme fatale hitchhiker (from 1945's "Detour", a Noir classic) and journeys into Twin Peaks and Taxi Driver. Along the way, we have stopovers in the writing style of James M. Cain, Robert Mitchum's...
Over the Edge Radio
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Close your eyes - this is such stuff as which dreams are made of. It's not "Over the Wedge", it's "Fire Walk With Me", a five-hour journey through the scenes, voices, and music of David Lynch. Broadcast between Seasons 1 and 2, it's not just about Twin Peaks - but it's mostly about Twin Peaks. Thrown in are Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Dune... characters and sounds pervade throughout the night of seedy underbellies, breathless love, and mysterious backwards declarations. Babs...
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Over the Edge Radio
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Over the Edge: California Superstation. Originally aired in January of 1983 on KPFA radio. Runtime 3h:23m:44s. The California Super Station was Dick Vaughn's precursor programming to "Moribund Music Of The 70s." This is a combination of two CSS shows from '83 and '84. Although Dick's OTE CDs have all the records edited out, this is how it was done on the air with all the 70s cuts played in their entirety. The radio point here was to "convince" KPFA listeners that the station...
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Over the Edge Radio
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Over the Edge: Helter Stupid
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Over the Edge Radio
by Over the Edge
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Over the Edge: The Blade Runner Remix. Originally aired in November of 1994 on KPFA radio. Runtime 3h:2m:20s. Upon discovering that Vangelis (maker of the theme music which begins every OTE) finally released his original soundtrack to Blade Runner, Scott Riddle hosts a 3 hour remix of the dialog from Blade Runner and all the original and associated music. This is one of my 3 all-time favorite movies and it provides a personally delightful playpen of disconnected sounds and plot. " Do you...
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Over the Edge Radio
by The Other Narrator, Many Various People
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The Other Narrator presents the Peter Pan Story, brought in the form of C. Elliot Friday's 2-star version of Peter Pan (1938). We listen to a group of college kids, later children, later adults, as they follow the story through to Neverland and interspersed with stories from Peter Pan, Wendy and Peter, and many other sources. Flight patterns of Pan are tracked, receptacle programming interjects throughout, including an overly amorous Goofy attempting to attract the attention of Tinkerbell. As...
Community Audio
by Negativland
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Wav rip of a few Negativland cds. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : Fair Use: The Story of the Letter U and the Numeral 2  is a 270-page book and ten track CD released in 1995 by  Negativland  detailing their lawsuits with U2's record label  Island Records  for their EP  U2 , including many legal documents and correspondences. This book includes the text from the original magazine " The Letter U and the Numeral 2 " which caused Negativland's record label  SST Records  to...
Topic: Negativland
Attention K-Mart Shoppers
by Tape-A-Thon
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This is a digitized version of an in-store cassette tape that was played within a Kmart store. See the title of the file for the month and year. I worked atKmart between 1989 and 1999 and held onto them withthe hopes that they would be of use some day. Enjoy!
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Topics: Kmart, cassette, tape, in-store, in store, public address, PA, advertising, vaporwave, Kresge,...
Attention K-Mart Shoppers
by Tape-A-Thon
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This is a digitized version of an in-store reel to reel tape that was played within a Kmart store in May 1988.  Amazingly, Kmart continued to play reel to reels until the late 1980's when cassettes were put into production. This is a genuine Tape-A-Thon product and the recording contains both sides, which are 1.5 hours long each, totaling 3 hours. Recorded in the 3¾ speed and the tape is thin. The tape itself is in rough shape; I have reason to believe that these reels were returned at the...
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Topics: Kmart, cassette, tape, in-store, in store, public address, PA, advertising, vaporwave, Kresge,...
Attention K-Mart Shoppers
by Tape-A-Thon
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This is a digitized version of an in-store reel to reel tape that was played within a Kmart store in December 1974.  The opening Kmart jingle is interesting at the beginning of both hours, and there are theft deterrent security pages and store policy announcements between every few songs.  This must have been in attempt to discourage shoplifting. This is a Tape-Athon product perhaps in their early days - see the attached pictures.  There also was an insert within the reel to reel box...
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Topics: Topics Kmart, cassette, tape, in-store, in store, public address, PA, advertising, vaporwave,...
Community Video
by PlaymatesRemix 365
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thank PlayamtesRemix 365 for Toon Heads 328 - Private Snafu Copyright cartoon network & Boomerang  
Topic: toonheads
Community Audio
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In honor of the recent passing of the insanely brilliant (and generally insane) Jerry Lewis, I would like to offer a couple of yearly themed shows celebrating almost all things (?) Jerry ‘The Monster’ Lewis from the archives of The April Winchell Show as (use to be) heard on KFI-AM in Los Angeles, CA in 2000 and 2001. The first show features April and her best friend Roy spending the first hour (or so) comparing notes and sharing the urban legend that was Jerry The Monster (including some...
Topics: Jerry Lewis, April Winchell, Radio Spectacular, WTF radio, radio, urban legends
Ronald Redball and friends Calvin G. Krebs and Marilyn Page join Mr. Edge in this sequel to "Is This Funny?" After some years of practice, Ronald the semi-professional comedian, returns to ruin yet another show with his special untamed brand of rebellious incompetence. It's just a big radio embarrassment with semi-scripted features including "Problems Solved" and "Nirvana Nightline," constant babbling, garbled mixing, and some nice singing by Marilyn. It makes no...
Topic: Series: How Radio Isn't Done